Front Page, week of Dec. 17, 2022
I sent it out earlier, but if you didn’t catch it, I’ve written a short history lesson and editorial that I’m hoping to build on in 2023.
Catch you next week!
The beginnings of American Journalism
The first newspaper published in what would later become the United States was a failure, publishing only a single edition.
Other News (aggregated, not sponsored)
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Clara Hendrickson, Detroit Free Press
Michigan taxpayers will help cover the costs associated with the recounts of two ballot proposals allowed to proceed by the state's elections panel despite concerns the exercise would provide fodder for election misinformation and questions about the legality of the request.
The Associated Press
A Michigan Army veteran who turned his life around with a bike shop died in a crash while delivering free bikes to children in Florida affected by Hurricane Ian, his family said.
Ed White, Associated Press
County health officers don’t need approval from elected officials to issue orders, the Michigan Court of Appeals said in a precedent-setting decision related to protests over COVID-19 school mask mandates.